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Submitted by SactoGamer 414d ago | screenshot

NISA releases new Disgaea D2 screenshots

Video game publisher NIS America has released a collection of new screenshots for its upcoming PlayStation 3 exclusive JRPG, Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness. (Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness, PS3)

chrispseuphoria  +   414d ago
This may be the first Disgaea game I check out. I love to try the out of the ordinary.
Hanso  +   414d ago
it would be better if you play Disgaea first (the original)because D2 is the direct sequel to it.
You can of course just buy the new one but i think you will miss a lot of references..:)
RiPPn  +   414d ago
It's too bad they aren't including a remastered copy of Afternoon of Darkness with this release for those of us who missed it. Or at the very least they should release Hour of Darkness on PSN.
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3-4-5  +   414d ago
Same kind of. I don't own PS3, but seeing this game makes me want to buy Afternoon of Darkness.
0pie  +   414d ago
i hope you have a lot of free time :)
Gamer1982  +   414d ago
Shame there no Vita release alongside the PS3 release.. Prefer playing these on portable nowadays than my PS3.

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